The goal of the study Industrial Design is to create interactive products, systems and services in a societal context. The study is an umbrella for different disciplines, which means the students have a coherent overview of different areas of expertise. These areas include: programming, electronics, user interaction, materiality, branding, business strategies and scientific research. This overview makes it easy for an Industrial Design student to link the disciplines within a design process. A designer constantly has to adapt to changes in technology and society. At the faculty of Industrial Design, students learn to take control over their own knowledge, skills and development. When the students run into something unfamiliar to them or something they have never done before, they can adapt their education and teach themselves new skills. Additionally, the students from our fac-ulty are very open-minded and creative and always up for something different or new. Industrial Design students are translators; they translate problems into solutions and wishes into product specifications. In this way, Industrial Design students form a bridge between technology and people. They reason from users to make technology intuitive for them. Industrial Design students have knowledge of many different disciplines and therefore are very versatile in their work. Every student has his own unique expertise, but also has knowledge of the other competences.